Tech Licensing.

Innovation and technology continues to be a bedrock for growth in China and to find a Chinese partner that fits your business, your product, your technology, you will need the best advice.

You often hear Western executives emphasizing the importance of having a resourceful and cooperative Chinese partner. Our licensing partner selection programme follows a systematic approach:

Step 1  Conducting initial research to identify a “long list” of possible companies in China.

Step 2  Screening the companies and based on an apparent “fit” , choosing a number of potentially candidate companies to carry out telephone interviews to  assess their overall capability.

Step 3  Carrying out independent due diligence on shortlisted candidate companies according to the selection criteria.

Step 4  Arranging first meetings for the client to visit the final candidate companies in China.

Step 5  If required, accompanying the Client’s visit to the Chinese companies, assisting with the negotiation of terms, and helping close the deal.

Below are active opportunities for technology and IP licensing from China, please submit your email address to download.

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“Tekes, the National Technology Agency of Finland, selected China Business Solutions to carry out its China biomaterials study which identified important contacts for Finnish organisations to visit for discussions on potential collaborations.”

Chief Representative for China, THE NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AGENCY OF FINLAND (Tekes)

Listen below to the useful tips given in a recent BBC World Service interview by Ting Zhang, Founder and CEO of China Business Solutions, about the main issues of doing business in China:

A big issue when doing business in China is intellectual property. Chinese companies have long be regarded as copycats when it comes to innovation and intellectual property, is that changing? 


Why it is best for companies to hold something back when it comes to copyright?